(Sydney B. Mitchell
, R. 1945) TB. Late bloom. Color Class-S3M. Seedling plicata x plicata.
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| From Carl Salbach catalog 1946: OKLAHOMA. $12.50. A lovely and distinct blend of desert color-subtle but striking. The general effect is medium toned olive yellow, the standards almost self. The flower is enlivened by a brilliantly contrasted large blue flush in the center of the falls and by the attractive haft markings of brown on yellow. Fine form, tall, good branching, very vigorous.
| From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1948: OKLAHOMA (Mitchell 1945) M. A blend of desert colors. The general effect of the flower is medium yellow, the standards almost self. The flower is enlivened by a large brilliant blue flush in the center of the falls. The branching good, growth vigorous. 41 in. $5.00
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